Athlete leaders Lori Johnstone and Lilo Ljubisic honoured

December 2005
FastForward;Dec2005, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p11
The article reports that retired national team racquetball player Lori Johnstone and Paralympic champion Lilo Ljubisic were honored during the annual forum of Athletes CAN held in Regina, Saskatchewan. Johnstone and Ljubisic received the Athlete Leadership Award for their contribution to the association and the sport sector in Canada.


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